asparagine


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a crystalline amino acid found in proteins and in many plants (e

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the team discovered that the appearance of asparagine synthetase-the enzyme cells used to make asparagine-in a primary tumour was strongly associated with later cancer spread.
asparagine diet or drugs to block asparagine then the tumour
In a control study, the asparagine allele at 4338 position of ApoB gene was associated with elevated level of ApoB than to the serine allele.
To verify the role of plantain composition on the acrylamide formation a spiking experiment with asparagine was performed.
Of these, expansin, b-xyloglucan endotransglycosylase (XET), acyl-CoA-binding protein, asparagine synthetase, and seed storage protein were up- regulated during the early development period and reduced sharply at the late development stage.
Bacillus subtilis DALX2 proved to be a potent bacteria producing asparaginase under both static and shacked conditions using M 9 medium containing asparagine, at pH 7.
36] who reported that free amino acids and soluble carbohydrates contents vary during fruiting body development of Hypsizygus marmoreus wherein aspartic acid, asparagine and glutamic acid peaked at stage A, while the highest amount of ornithine was found at stage B.
Figure 4C shows a sectional view of the atomic model of AQP1 at the NPA sequences, where the two short helices begin to form helical structures by the back-bonded carbonyl group of asparagine with the NH-group of the main chain.
Hydrophilic uncharged amino acids, amides of asparagine acid (asparagine) and glutamine acid (glutamine) in particular at low concentrations stimulate the synthesis of metalloproteinase.
0" of L-asparaginase--a drug that has been used for more than 40 years to treat leukemia by removing the nutrient asparagine, which is often required by cancer cells.
For antifungal susceptibility testing of azoles yeast nitrogen base with glucose and asparagine is used, for amphotericin B and nystatin, yeast nitrogen base with glucose and without asparagine was used.
It contains a unique compound called asparagine, which increases urinary output.
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